Joint Statement from the Agri-Food Sector on the Revision of the Promotion Policy and the Draft 2022 Annual Work Programme In the context of the revision of the EU Promotion Policy and the ongoing discussions on the draft 2022 Annual
CAP reform: EU wine appellations welcome the political compromise Brussels, 25 June 2021 – EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines, welcomes the political compromise reached by the European institutions on the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) during this
Brussels, 09 April 2021 – EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines, has taken part to the EC public consultation on the revision of the Geographical Indications (GI) schemes. EFOW calls on the European Commission to build upon the compromises
Brussels, 29 March 2021 – During the supertrilogue – in the framework of the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) – the co-legislators secured key points for wine appellations. EFOW’s members, the European Federation of Origin Wines, warmly welcome
Brussels, 5 March 2021. EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines (www.efow.eu), welcomes the announcement by President von der Leyen, and the USTR office to suspend for an initial period of four months the retaliatory tariffs affecting the EU wine sector
Open letter to the European institutions Recipients: The European Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr Janusz Wojciechowski The Presidency of the Portuguese Council, Minister for Agriculture Maria do Céu Antunes The rapporteur on the Common Organisation of the Markets, Mr Eric Andrieu,
Brussels, 20 January 2021. EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines (www.efow.eu), welcomes the letter sent by Mr Norbert Lins, the Chairman of the AGRI Committee of the European Parliament, on behalf of all his colleagues to Executive Vice-President and Commissioner for Trade,
EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines, and oriGIn EU, the European antenna of the global alliance of geographical Indications (GIs), take the initiative to reiterate their appreciation for the recent initiatives taken by the European Commission to reinforce the EU GI system and call on EU law-makers to adopt amendments tabled in the context of the CAP reform that will strengthen GIs.
Special Edition – Impact of the COVID-19 crisis on wine appellations
EFOW welcomes the positive results for wine appellations of the vote in the European Parliament and the negotiations in the Council on the CAP reform. EFOW members hope that the trilogues will lead to an ambitious CAP for the sector.